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economy so much better than the lousy one. i mean, it makes this life more livable. >> reporter: the construction is already creating more cash for san jose. at the beginning of the fiscal year, last july, they projected that permits -- revenue would be with b $20 million. by the time the fiscal year ends at the end of this month, it turns out it's going to be about $7 million more than that. good news for the south bay economy. in san jose, kris sanchez, nbch bay area news. >>> we have breaking news at the caltrans station on 22nd street in san francisco. service has been shut down in both directions because police are trying to apprehend an armed man on the overpass above that station. minutes ago we learned that caltrans officials said hostage negotiators were able to talk the man down with no further incident. he's now in custody. caltrans is still making arrangements for other trains to carry riders to the millbrae station where they can take part until they get back up to speed. caltran tickets are being honored on bart evening. a spokesperson says to expect significant de
. for the coming year, with an improved economy have asked to gradually restore the pay cuts. both public safety units have found the proposal too little too late. meanwhile, that leadership picture yeah at the top. it continues. san jose will elect a new mayor. no doubt about that. chuck reed has termed out. handful of candidate announced and several unannounced. no one come through with a breakthrough proposal to restore morale, pay, all these kinds of things. you know why? it would probably include an increase in the sales tax. until and unless the voters go along with that idea, the city is likely to endure a public safety mess which in the end could have bad consequences should a crisis occur. >> it appears the next mayor of san jose will hold this baggetting passed down to him. thank you, larry. >>> new at 6:00, san francisco leaders calling for an international apology for comments recently made by a japanese mayor. he sparked international criticism when he said military brothels were necessary during world war ii. the brothels were trafficking thousands of women as sex slaves for japane
on wall veet. a new concern raised about china's economy. and even though we got good news on the housing market it wasn't enough to combat the weekly jobs report. >>> they're asking for the public's help in tracking down a man who is looking for a job. he goes by bruce lee marshal, francois marshal. while working at a san francisco software company he allegedly established a fictitious company and hired it to do some fake work. he had that company collect over $100,000 in cash from the company he actually worked for. >>> no ruling yet. the supreme court handed down its rulings on three other cases this morning but nothing about california's ban on same sex marriage. that decision will come either next monday or next thursday. now if the court rules that same sex couples can marry once again in california, the clerk in san matte ocounty says his office is ready to go. >> our computers are ready, staff is ready. but everything else will be routine, other than the crowds. >> in the last several weeks, several bay area counties have been increasing staffing and training for what many believe
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